big crater

I totally get people annoyed with plot holes in Sherlock...

But let’s lay off saying Authur Conan Doyle would do better. 

I LOVE ACD’s books/stories. I grew up on them. But that dude had plot holes as big as craters, including forgetting John Watson’s name some of the time. And every once in a while he’d just basically write ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ instead of explaining how Holmes figured something out. 

So stop making him the pinnacle of plot continuation. Ask Mrs. Turner Hudson how that is not true. 


Exploring the interaction between night sky and landscapes across the western United States, including: Tumalo Falls, Three Sisters Wilderness, Mount Shasta, Big Bend National Park, Mono Lake, Aurora Borealis over Crater Lake National Park, Texas, Painted Hills, the High Sierra, and the Aurora Borealis over Sparks Lake.

One of my favorite things about RPGs is selecting the characters to bring into a specific battle and seeing if the emotional context is brought in. Most good RPGs are great at giving the player  some extra dialogue to reflect that this is a big moment for the character in question.

But on the flipside, I love picturing the team leader selecting a party based on stats rather than emotional investment.

Like in Final Fantasy VII you finally get to return to Midgar for an operation to stop Hojo from using the Big Cannon on Northern Crater, on the way you encounter The Turks and two of the Shinra executives Scarlet and Heidegger.

So you can select from your party:

- Vincent, man whose life was ruined by Hojo and is a former member of the Turks.

- Barrett, man whose home and closest allies were killed by those executives (also receives his ultimate weapon if he participates)

- Tifa, same as Barrett

- Cait Sith, real name Reeve, another Shinra exec with a heart who could benefit being involved in stopping his coworkers and all this madness.

- Red XIII, captured and experimented on by Hojo

or you could just take the Eastern Ninja thief who has nothing to do with any of this and the rocket guy who swears a lot.

I’m just picturing Cloud deciding who to bring on the operation and somehow selecting the only two people on the team who likely have no fucking idea what is going on and almost certainly don’t give a single fuck.


Rover and Riou in the big world city, Crater Dunkel-Ross. At this point Rover and Riou have turned into some kinda pals, looking out for eachother. Rover never understood why Riou had to arrest and bring him to king Ramone, and neither did Riou, but this would change when they met Roarby and Neotiro. 

yes i do have a lot of characters starting with R lmao